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  1. On The 30th Anniversary Of The Space Shuttle Discovery, Let’s Talk About Giant Rockets & Life On Mars

    In another 30 years the next generation might be reporting from Mars! Or at least, that's what I'd like to see happen. Also cats on mars.

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  2. Mystery of the Spinning Statue Turns Manchester Museum Into a Hardy Boys Story

    What could be causing a statue to spin in a U.K. museum, apparently untouched by passersby?

    In what looks like a job for the crew of the Mystery Machine, an ancient Egyptian statue in the collection of the Manchester Museum seems to have taken on a life of its own, rotating 180 degrees in its closed glass case, apparently untouched by any outside force. A time lapse video of the statue moving -- seemingly of its own accord -- has gone viral, causing some to go full O'Reilly and claim that supernatural forces are behind the motion. Others, including noted physicist Brian Cox, remain convinced that the statue's spin can be explained without resorting to sentences containing the phrase "mummy's ghost." For our part, we want someone to find Old Man Withers, stat.

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  3. Argus Filch to Play the Doctor (But Not in the Way You Think)

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    Today in Doctor Who 50th anniversary news, BBC America and BBC Cymru Wales a co-producing a TV movie about the creation of Doctor Who, starring David Bradley, he of curmudgeonly characters Argus Filch and Game of Thrones' Walder Frey, as original First Doctor William Hartnell.

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